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    ahhh so I wasn't blaspheming the Legend when I made refences of him about Saras...

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    something good that comes from Kravitz

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    Kravitz: The Jasikevicius signing might not lead "SportsCenter" or fill the local chat rooms with frenzied talk of an NBA title.

    It's official! Kravitz doesn't come to this forum.

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    He did not call for the Pacers to trade Artest.

    Interesting read from Bob though. The man can write, won't ever argue that point

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    "For a frame of reference, Manu Ginobili was the best player in Europe before he made the move from Italy to San Antonio."

    Manu wasn't the best player. He came third in best European award (Manu has double Nationality Italian/Aregntinean) in his best season when original Euroleague was devided into ULEB Eurleague and FIBA Suproleague that season. His ULEB Euroleague 2001 title doesn't equal any of 3 Saras' real Euroleague titles.

    Btw, He played on te highest European level Euroleague just two years. Two seasons before Euroleague he played in the second Italian dvision (rubbish heap, in other words). Italian grands Bologna Virtus found him and revealed him. He was highly appreciated in Euroleague. But he wasn't the best, he wasn't the king of Europe. Bodiroga was.

    Manu won much at NBA level, Manu won Olympics, but in Europe he was far from Dejan, Saras or Anthony Parker.

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    Default Re: Newcomer Jasikevicius is not foreign to winning

    Quote Originally Posted by Rytas_Jega
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    "Italian grands Bologna Virtus found him and revealed him"
    There are laws against that sort of thing here in the states, but Manu has found himself to be doing quite well here, despite whatever difficulties he may have endured with the continental lifesyle.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rytas_Jega
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    Manu won much at NBA level, Manu won Olympics, but in Europe he was far from Dejan, Saras or Anthony Parker.
    So your expecting BOB to do homework before he writes. Thats to high
    of a standard for him.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gamble
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    So your expecting BOB to do homework before he writes. Thats to high
    of a standard for him.
    Hell, I'm surprised when gets more words spelled correctly than not.
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    Default Re: Newcomer Jasikevicius is not foreign to winning

    Part two........
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    Default Re: Newcomer Jasikevicius is not foreign to winning

    Part two........



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    so how far into the season do u think we get before kravitz starts ripping the signing of saras????

    cause u know its pretty much inevitable...



    btw....rat....thats friggen hilarious....as usual...well done

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    Quote Originally Posted by MagicRat
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    Part two........
    That's not funny.

    Somebody tell me why when I look at the little one's bleach job it makes me think of Darko when he first came into the league.










    If they guy turns out to be the next Darko remember you heard it here first!

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    Quote Originally Posted by grace
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    That's not funny.

    Somebody tell me why when I look at the little one's bleach job it makes me think of Darko when he first came into the league.










    If they guy turns out to be the next Darko remember you heard it here first!

    Saras has the same unnatural hair colour, bleach job and not American nationality... that's the end of similarities list.

    Darko never played at Euroleague level. However, his stats "in Europe" must be respected. Most of Vrsac Hemofarm opponents were fully-professional teams.

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